Detective Brett Hopper (Taye Diggs) awakens in bed with his girlfriend, Rita Shelten (Moon Bloodgood of TERMINATOR: SALVATION, FALLING SKIES). He leaves, goes his own place, where someone has left him a strange package in the mail. Once he's in his apartment a squat team shows up and arrests him for the murder of State attorney Alberta Garza. The police find the murder weapon in his closet, with is fingerprints on it.
He escapes and is determined to find out who is framing him and why-- but when the day ends he wakes up in the morning, at the exact same time as the day before. You see, he's repeating the same day. The first several episodes have him repeat this day only once, where he tries to modify the outcome, then as things get more complicated and more people become involved, he'll repeat several days within an episode. In one, where he decides to just take a break from investigating his own set-up, he takes off with his girlfriend to a beach in Mexico and it's something like two weeks have passed.
There's a subplot, which involves his partner, Andrea Battle (Victoria Pratt of MUTANT X), and we think she may somehow be involved with is repeat. There's also Hopper's sister Jennifer, who may know something about what's going on. One of the biggest thorns in his side is Chad Shelten, his ex partner and his girlfriend's ex-husband, who may or may not be a bad guy. And there's Detective Spivak (Mitch Pileggi of X-FILES), who really seems to want to pin this assassination on Hopper. Of course, one of the best performances is by Jonathan Banks (BREAKING BAD) as Shadow Man. He's an evil f*ck who may have an answer to everything.
This is an interesting show, and while this one and only season was wrapped up in thirteen episodes it never explained WHY Hopper was experiencing the same day over and over. Why the time-travel other than to solve a series of crimes?